Key Leader is a weekend program focusing on encouraging high school students to explore what it means to be a servant leader. The Key Leader program is built on five essential principles. These principles reflect our mission to inspire young people to achieve their personal best through service leadership:
- Personal Integrity: Doing the right thing
- Personal Growth: Developing in mind, body, and spirit
- Respect: Showing consideration for self, others, and property
- Building Community: Developing relationships to achieve positive goals
- Pursuit of Excellence: Expecting and achieving the best
Please take time to read our Key Leader stories, and feel free to submit an article sharing your own words of wisdom or success story related to these principles. The articles you find here are written by participants of the program, both students and adults. You can submit articles yourself or by contacting the District Coordinator using the "Contacts" link to the left.
How do you convince a student to give up a football game and spend the weekend exploring what it takes to be a leader? What do you do once they've agreed? How do you know it was worth it?
We've got some suggestions and some answers in the articles on this page.
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